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    Ki & Ka’s strength lies in its realistic portrayal, even on the sets

    ‘A love story about a married couple which has a large part of the narrative set inside the four walls of a house’ Now this could well be an antithesis of sorts when compared to conventional love stories for the big screen that don’t really need an excuse to head for those snow peaked mountains […] More

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    Ki & Ka Music Review

    R. Balki’s films have never really known for their music. The director, who collaborated with music composer Ilaiayaraja for each of his three films (‘Cheeni Kum’, ‘Paa’ and ‘Shamitabh’) opts for songs that helps in propelling the story of his films forward and the kind which does not does not make much of an impact […] More

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    Ki and Ka Trailer: Redefining gender specific roles

    R. Balki’s films are known for their unique themes. The director thinks out-of-the-box and comes up with strikingly fresh ideas that surprise the audience. Though his last film ‘Shamitabh’ failed to impress the audience, if one goes by the trailer of his new film ‘Ki and Ka’, he is going to create the same magic […] More